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The Apollo 11 mission. Digitized, cataloged and archived by the Houston Audio Control Room, at the NASA Johnson Space Center.
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Topics: NASA, Apollo 11, Apollo 11 MOCR ACR Collection
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Guy Leigh in conversation with Colin Wilson about his autobiography "Dreaming to some Purpose", describing his catapult to fame, his associations with leading intellectuals of his day and his lifelong interest in consciousness and the paranormal. Recorded 2006 
Topics: Colin Wilson, Dreaming To Some Purpose, Life&Times, Philosophy, Psychology, Mysticism, Peak...
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A Rare Talk And Q&A With Colin Wilson. Recorded 1996
Topics: Colin Wilson, Philosophy, History, Psychology, Parapsychology, Mysticism, Religion, Peak...
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Raw Interviews With Colin Wilson. Recorded 2000's
Topics: Colin Wilson, Raw Interview, Philosophy, Life&Times, Psychology, Parapsychology, Mysticism,...
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A Subtle Buoyancy Of Pulse, the first recording by the Tape-beatles (1988), was painstakingly remastered and re-sequenced some 10 years after its initial release. Originally a cassette-only release, it created something of a stir in the home-taper community and cassette underground when it first came out on the Plagiarism® label. Lang Thompson, writing for Option, October 1988, said: The Tape-beatles don’t just go after easy targets or use a shotgun approach hoping something will work. Their...
Topics: audio collage, plunderphonics
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At the time of its release in 1993, “The Grand Delusion” showed the Tape-beatles setting off in a new musical direction, delivering their most complex and musical work to date. The signature found vocals and sound effects are still to be found, but to this they add energetic rhythms, urgent melodic patterns, and plaintive singing voices, using the same modified symphonic structure they applied to their previous major work, Music with Sound. Dean Suzuki, writing in Option no. 57, says:...
Topics: audio collage, plunderphonics
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Here as in previous releases, the Tape-beatles make exclusive use of found sound which they bend, shape and otherwise change to suit their ends. These sonic manipulations, sometimes subtle — often drastic, create new works that can unambiguously be attributed to the Tape-beatles, but at the same time, the sources are there, too. The result is a richly layered, sumptuously produced, carefully conceived and realized audio banquet that may sound familiar, yet is completely new. Freq E-zine ’s...
Topics: audio collage, plunderphonics